A Botanist’s Vocabulary: 1300 Terms Explained and Illustrated
Susan K. Pell and Bobbi Angell Continue reading “[Review] A Botanist’s Vocabulary: 1300 Terms Explained and Illustrated”
River Road Rally isn’t necessarily Hiking, I’ll give you that. Still, over the last two days there was certainly a lot of walking involved- but there was a catch! Continue reading “River Road Rally”
With Spring arriving, our first storm of the season finally hit. It wasn’t one of those glorious Thunderstorms that Oklahoma is known for, but it gave us a good go there for a little bit. And when the skies finally dried up I had a bit of a romp around with the Camera!
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If you follow my personal blogs, you will occasionally see me warning people about seed bombs. With the trend becoming more and more popular, it is very important that we keep a few things in mind before buying into the trend. Continue reading “The Hidden Dangers of Seed Bombs”
Park Ecosystems are sensitive and most now play host to a multitude of at risk species of both Flora and Fauna. One thing that buggers me the most about hiking, though, is disrespectful Hikers. If you go Hiking, please do me a giant favor. Continue reading “Hiking, Etiquette, and Rules; Yes, They Exist”
My Husband and I are introverts by nature- I more social than he, but an introvert none-the-less. As such, nights out are rare, and when we do go out we tend to prefer seclusion more than anything. That’s why when I stumbled across the “Penny Date” idea on Facebook this week I jumped at the chance to share it with him. Continue reading “Penny Date Adventures”
Even though I grew up here, I cannot honestly say that I have explored much. For some reason, though, moving and becoming a married woman and first time home owner has given me an interesting drive to explore the area around me lately.
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My Husband had plans to take me camping for my birthday, but even weeks after the rain has finally stopped, our favorite campgrounds were still submerged.
Continue reading “Osage Cove Under Water”
A few weeks ago I received a wonderful invite from a friend of mine out of Stillwater to go hiking with her and her Fiance at the famous Robber’s Cave State Park. Unfortunately for this Hike my Husband would not be joining me, but I accepted the invite enthusiastically non-the-less. Continue reading “Robber’s Cave State Park”
I am so absolutely elated. While the North East is gearing up for what’s supposed to be one of the worst blizzards in a while, the temperature here has been in the mid 60’s to high 70’s. Today was too perfect a day to waste, especially since we have the car back from the shop finally. As a result, we decided to go out hiking on our own after having fun Hiking with the group from Saturday. Continue reading “Osage Cove’s Eagle View Trail (Cliffside Path) at Kaw Lake”